Posts with the tag “breath-hold-diving”
The Joys and Challenges of the Deep
July 8th, 2022
This year the CMAS Freediving Outdoor World Championship was held in Kas, Turkey. It was a great spot because of its marine environment and sea conditions which are very important when making challeng...
Looking into the lungs
November 18th, 2021
When I started reading about breath-hold research, I realized that nobody had shown that a breath-holding human could conserve oxygen. There were, however, discussions about oxygen-conserving effects ...
Return to Freeding after Cancer Treatment
July 29th, 2021
Shallow water, however, does not always mean it’s safe. Your lungs must tolerate rapid changes of volume with the pressure at shallower depths, and the greatest changes occur in the first 33 feet (10 ...
Freediving For Science
October 18th, 2020
It is the second-deepest marine sinkhole in the world, yet it is accessible from land. Harboring coral reefs and other marine life, it is an ideal oceanic microcosm, sheltered from prevailing winds an...
July 3rd, 2020
These are hard economic times for the dive industry. These are hard emotional times for recreational divers too. We don’t want to stop diving, but even places you can drive to, such as the Florida Key...
Zeljko Dujic: Finding his niche in Breath-hold Research
April 4th, 2019
At the forefront of the field, Dujic continues to study the body’s physiological responses to breath-hold diving. Both divers and patients with conditions such as sleep apnea and diabetes benefit from...
Breath Hold Diving: Part 4
February 13th, 2019
In the fourth part of the series on breath-hold diving, dr rob schneider discusses the physiology of breath-hold diving and why it is possible....
Breath Hold Diving: Part 1
February 13th, 2019
Over the many years that humans have practiced breath-hold diving, it has grown to become an important part of both commercial and recreational diving. Let’s take an in-depth look at its history and e...
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